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  • Optimizing processes based on valve data

    An expert article on optimizing the production by using the collected data. Focus on bioproducts, such as pulp and paper.

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  • Reliability for burner shut-off and furnace decoking

    This is Part 3 of our series of three posts on valve selection for ethylene cracking. Gas/liquid flows into the steam cracking furnace burners through a series of two ESD valves that have a vent (ESV) between them. The vent is used to prevent pressure buildup, and gas/liquid flows through the second isolation valve when the system is isolated.

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  • Valve design leads to higher polymerization efficiency

    If you’re looking for tips on choosing the right valves for efficient plastic production, this blog is for you.

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  • What's new in the latest version of Neles Expertune PlantTriage software?

    We have just released the latest version of Neles Expertune PlantTriage software. Read the QA with our expert Cristian Moraes, Head of Digital Services business, to learn the key improvements.

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  • Webinar: How to control a cascade system

    What is the key to get control of the primary controller? There is a theory to faster recovery from a disturbance. Learn how to make sure your cascade controls are working properly.

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  • Maximum pipeline performance requires maximum control

    In the US alone, there are approximately 95 000 miles of pipelines. All along the way, control valves should be optimizing throughput. But pipeline operations present a unique set of challenges for valves; they have to operate reliably and efficiently to handle crude oil impurities such as water, ice, dirt and sand 24/7/365. Another important issue is effectively managing through while dealing with noise and cavitation problems. These all can potentially result in costly safety and operational issues.

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  • Upgrading FCC-unit valve controllers without disruption

    In the fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) unit of a large refinery built in the 1940s in the US, a variety of control valve types and brands, along with their proprietary valve controllers, had been installed over the years. This had led to production inconsistency and disruption. The unit wanted to have one type of controller with multiple bracket designs to fit the wide variety of valves in the plant.

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  • Information is power in an increasingly digital pulp & paper industry

    Information is at the heart of digitalization, and the production process for bioproducts such as pulp and paper, is full of it. As ...

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  • Erosion can be stopped

    Erosion can be stopped: Many of the problems associated with erosion in valves can be controlled with proper selection and sizing, whilst alternative materials of construction can be a solution for more severe applications.

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  • Time to turn in down

    Steven Hocurscak, Neles, US, explores solutions to reduce noise and vibration for increased safety in operations.

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